Corteza 2021.9.9 has been released. It includes the following updates, improvements and changes.
- Changed resource translation sanitization to be looser to support a wider range of formatting options (
- Fixed missing role references for namespace export where the User module field defined role prefilters (
- Fixed improper namespace import resource re-identification due to resources being ignored (
- Fixed workflow trace parameter (
- Fixed improper resource translation content sanitization for RTE contents (
50671180d), link attributes (
- Fixed actionlog codegen lapsus (
- Fixed missing roles in the impersonated user — roles were not included in the generated JWT (
- Fixed improper resource iterator data chunking which caused the database to error out for large datasets (
- Fixed record list not working when duplicate fields reside on same page (
View the full changelog.
How to install Corteza
You can follow the local setup instructions for a local development or demonstration instance of Corteza. If you are looking for setting up a live deployment, check out the extensive production setup instructions. If you have questions, you can engage with other community members on the Corteza forum.
How to upgrade your Corteza instance
About Planet Crust
Planet Crust is the driving force behind Corteza, the free and open-source low-code platform and Salesforce alternative. The advanced low-code platform for rapid application development includes fully-featured apps, such as the CRM Suite, the Case Management solution and End-to-End Business Automation. All 100% free, open and completely standardized. For more information or an online demo, visit www.planetcrust.com or follow @PlanetCrust on Twitter.
Corteza is the Digital Work Platform for Humanity. The Corteza project builds a 100% open-source, self-hosted low-code platform for building your organization’s key applications, growing its productivity and protecting its data and the privacy of all those concerned. Corteza is developed entirely in the public domain, including its design considerations and processes. For more information about the project, visit www.cortezaproject.org or follow @CortezaProject on Twitter.